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As part of our mission to provide Christ-centered education for character, Central Christian College adheres to a philosophy that we call Fit Four: education for Heart, Mind, Body and Soul.

  Fit Hearts

(socially responsible: cultural & relational)

We believe students graduating from Central Christian College should demonstrate an ability to engage and connect with those from diverse cultures, backgrounds and worldviews. This dimension represents the dispositional effect of character. It should be illustrated by students engaged in hospitality, social justice, civil discourse and empathetic communication.

  Fit Minds

(rationally competent: intellectual & psychological)

We believe students graduating from Central Christian College should demonstrate intellectual and psychological health. This dimension represents the cognitive effect of character. It should be illustrated by students who demonstrate a positive self-image and who possess the needed knowledge to engage in critical thinking and discovery.

  Fit Bodies

(professionally astute: physical & vocational)

We believe students graduating from Central Christian College should demonstrate a commitment to a responsible and healthy lifestyle. This dimension represents the somatic effect of character. This should be illustrated by students who employ the necessary skills to enhance wellness and participate in a life of meaningful service.

  Fit Souls

(spiritually responsive: spiritual & environmental)

We believe students graduating from Central Christian College should demonstrate an appreciation for the Lordship of Jesus Christ. This dimension represents the spiritual effect of character. It should be illustrated by students who are involved in a body of believers, demonstrate stewardship and are seeking opportunities for spiritual maturity.